The 2012 Chambolle-Musigny Village has one of those 'stalking' bouquets that creep up on you, unfurling with its earthy red berry fruit mingling with forest floor and briary. The palate is very well balanced with crisp tannins, the fruit erring towards dark berries towards the finish that is very precise. This is devilishly delicious. (NM)
Dark cherry, plum, menthol, cloves and licorice all meld together in the 2012 Chambolle-Musigny. This is a surprisingly dark, fleshy Chambolle by Roumier standards. The flavors are layered, deep and resonant throughout. A powerful village level Chambolle, the 2012 should offer a decade-plus of hugely rewarding drinking. (AG)
A juicy, expressive style, sporting cherry, raspberry, spice and subtle tobacco flavors. This is lively, firming up on the lingering, mineral-tinged finish. Best from 2017 through 2028. (BS)
Bright medium red. High-pitched aromas and flavors of raspberry, menthol, mint and crushed rock. Juicy and energetic for 2012 and perhaps already shutting down in the bottle. Almost painful on the back end today. This serious, firmly tannic village wine should be cellared at at least a few years. (ST)
*Outstanding* This is also notably ripe with its pretty array of cassis, plum and violet aromas. There is a lovely texture to the elegant mineral-inflected and precise middle weight flavors that are shaped by relatively fine-grained tannins on the balanced and solidly persistent finish. This saline-infused effort is very Chambolle in style.
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